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Nancy Cornwell, Professor and Chair, Department of Television-Radio has been selected as a 2010 Faculty Fellow by the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) Educational Foundation.  NATPE is a global non-profit organization dedicated to the creation, development and distribution of televised programming in all forms, across all mature and emerging media platforms. As part of the fellowship, Dr. Cornwell will attend the 2010 NATPE Market and Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.  During that time, she will participate in a range of faculty sessions focused on television programming, distribution, advertising, audience measurement as well as emerging issues facing the television industry.

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Nancy Cornwell, Professor and Chair of TVR, Selected as a 2010 Faculty Fellow by the NATPE Educational Foundation Comment from shamula on 11/04/2009
Congratulations, Nancy. It's great to have you representing IC and Park that this important event.
And since this will be a learning experience, I suspect that, in this case, what happens in Vegas won't stay in Vegas. :-)
-Scott Hamula
Nancy Cornwell, Professor and Chair of TVR, Selected as a 2010 Faculty Fellow by the NATPE Educational Foundation Comment from cmichael on 11/04/2009
Congratulations, Nancy! -- Cathy Michael